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Without a randomized study your results may vary

A fascinating article in yesterday's Wall Street Journal attempts to answer that question and highlights how the wrong kind of study can mislead us.
February 2020

Looking over the USDA's new nutritional guidelines

Highlights include Figure 5-1, which demonstrates with abundant clarity that we don't eat sufficient fruits, vegetables, whole grains or most other recommended foods.
February 2020

Mentoring in medical education takes its cue from the movies

As I was thinking about ways to highlight effective mentors, I recalled some classic movies with mentoring relationship.
February 2020

QD: News Every Day--More students want medical degrees; more schools want to enroll them

Other highlights include. --56% of the 2002-2016 enrollment growth has already occurred, with 2,850 of the projected 4,888 new slots already in place as of 2011.
February 2020

More good news about MRSA, this time from the VA

However, I'd also like to highlight one section: “The VA's achievement is even more remarkable because its patients are older and sicker than patients in other hospitals.
February 2020

Even with the Hawthorne Effect, hand hygiene compliance still hideous

There is a report of a new APIC abstract in ABC-News that further quantifies that impact of the Hawthorne Effect and highlights the lack of investment in hand hygiene programs.
February 2020

QD: News Every Day--Low-value services may cost Medicare billions

In a related editor’s note, Mitchell H. Katz, MD, FACP, and colleagues wrote: “This article highlights the opportunity for eliminating unnecessary care, and we hope that others will use and
February 2020

QD: News Every Day--Medical societies release top-five lists of overused medical tests

The societies' lists are part of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation's Choosing Wisely campaign, which highlights specific, evidence-based recommendations physicians and patients should discuss.
February 2020

Doctors' choices at the end of life, for themselves and their patients

Though Dr. Murray also highlights the astronomical cost of futile care, I think the economic argument is unnecessary and counterproductive.
February 2020

Latest updates on ACP's priorities, initiatives

ACP Spotlight offers readers a look at ACP's current top priorities and initiatives, as well as highlights from our e-newsletter, ACP Internist Weekly.
September 2019

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